Neurocommuncation
Pharmacokinetics / Dynamics
Addiction
Mental Health
Substances of abuse

100

What are the five components of a neuron?
Dendrites, Soma, Axon, Myelin Sheath, Terminal Button

100

What are the two different types of receptors?
Ionotropic and metabotropic

100

What are the two requirements for drug dependence?
What are withdrawal and tolerance

100

Distress and Dysfunction are two D's of mental illness. The third is?
What is deviant

100

What are two different forms of nicotine administration aside from smoking?
What is chewing tobacco, gum, patches, or nasal spray?

200

The outer membrane of a neuron is called the......
The phospholipid bilayer

200

A neurotransmitter binding to a receptor can have three different types of actions. These are....?
Agonistic, antagonistic, and allosteric

200

What increases the hypersensitivity of the reward system?
What is Delta FosB

200

What is a brand name for a second generation antidepressant medication?
What is prozac

200

The full name of THC
What is Delta 9 Tetrahydracannabinoid

300

Potassium leaves the neuron because of.....?
What is the concentration gradient

300

What is a parenteral form of drug administration that does not include a form of injection?
What is inhalation, mucous membrane, or topical

300

What builds up in the VTA to cause the activation of dynorphin?
What is CREB

300

Name a specific non-barbiturate non-benzo sedative
What is meprobamate, methalyqualude, chloral hydrate, or GHB

300

The term for an individual who becomes closer to reaching seizure over prolonged alcohol use.
What is kindling

400

The monoamine neurotransmitter not synthesized from tyrosine.
What is serotonin

400

The family of enzymes that break down substances of abuse.
What are the cytochrome P450.

400

Changes in neuron structure that lead to the development of addiction is called?
What is synaptic plasticity

400

What is a non-barbiturate sedative
What is What is meprobamate, methalyqualude, chloral hydrate, or GHB

400

What opiod receptor is thought to be responsible for sensory experiences?
What is Kappa

500

Growth Hormone Releasing Factor is a member of what neurotransmitter family?
What is the neuropeptide family

500

G-proteins are secondary messenger systems pertaining to pharmacodynamics. What does G-protein stand for?
What is Guanine nucleotide-binding protein

500

Addiction develops through long term potentiation. This results in the addition of which neurotransmitter receptor?
What is AMPA

500

GSK-3 is thought to increase what component related to Alzheimer's disease?
What is Amyloid B